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‘Most of us can agree we don’t want to be around a sick coworker’: Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf calls for passage of a paid sick, family leave law

Wolf calls for statewide paid sick leave

September to be designated ‘Hunger Action Month’

Editorial: No more time for rancor in Harrisburg

We’re still against the push to legalize recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania


Greensburg rally pushes extension of eviction, foreclosure ban; Wolf hints at action

Wolf won’t extend state’s eviction moratorium, office says

Pa.’s moratorium on evictions has ended. Here’s what that means.

More Pa. state agencies agree to provide up to six weeks of paid parental leave for their employees

LNG plan’s vast impact isn’t local

Gov. Wolf removes important safeguards on vaccines for children | Opinion

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa.’s eviction ban expires as N.J. gives the green light to indoor dining, movie theaters, concert venues

COVID-19 cases at Bloomsburg University now total 167; Pitt active infections top 50

Keystone College reports first three COVID-19 cases, 43 students in quarantine

2 Montessori PreK-5 employees experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, Pittsburgh Public Schools says

4 Wyomissing students test positive for coronavirus

Peters Township High School to temporarily close after positive covid-19 cases

Pa. Department of Health to change COVID-19 testing hours at 9 Walmarts

Pandemic brings hard times for farmers, worsening hunger

9 Pa. counties listed as areas to watch for coronavirus; statewide, positive rate drops again

No new COVID-19 deaths reported in Pennsylvania

Allegheny County sees sharp decline in covid cases from July to August

Westmoreland had nearly 50% fewer covid cases in August than July

Small COVID-19 increase reported in NEPA, but no new deaths

Hong Kong begins mass-testing for COVID-19 amid public doubts


Employers can defer payroll taxes for next 4 months, but employees will have to pay later

Unemployment in Pennsylvania: 30,000 unemployed residents will not qualify for extra $300 a week in federal benefits

Philips halts production of ventilators amid government review of contract

Berkshire Mall sold to New York company

YoCo Strong Restart Grants prioritizing Black, minority-owned small businesses in York County

We shouldn’t have to choose between a clean environment and more jobs. We can have both | Opinion


Two sets of brothers spent decades in prison. This may be their last chance to get out.

FBI group opposes release of woman who killed Pittsburgh agent

Reading police to start wearing body cameras

Police and prison guards demand compliance. That only makes situations worse for people with serious mental illness in Pa.


York City school board furloughs nearly 100 support staff

Scranton School Board delays vote on furloughing 223 employees

It’s ‘back to school’ in a virtual world

USDA extends free meal programs through December

Legendary Georgetown coach John Thompson was a giant in every sense | Mike Jensen

Alabama coach Nick Saban leads Black Lives Matter march in Tuscaloosa


In Hazelwood speech, Biden says Trump has ‘fomented’ fear and violence

Joe Biden makes campaign stop in Pittsburgh, says he’s not banning fracking

Fact-checking Joe Biden in Pennsylvania on his fracking policy

Biden’s confusing stand on fracking

Battle for Luzerne County continues Tuesday with Pence visit to Exeter

County prepares to face challenges as election nears


Tower Health reports steep COVID-19 related losses

UPMC Hospitals recognized for LGBTQ policies

Noticias locales

PUC denies county petition, finds ‘factual dispute’ on DELCORA rate plan

Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale settles lawsuit over social media censorship

Six Bucks fire companies, rescue squads receive FEMA grants, Fitzpatrick announces

First Luzerne County tax auction of 2020 set for arena

Luzerne County committee studying options for former juvenile detention center

Noticias nacionales

‘He was our king’: Chadwick Boseman’s death yet another loss for Black people | Opinion


PFT contract expires, no deal reached; district trying to ’shake down’ teachers, union chief says

Homeless encampment on Parkway must clear out by Sept. 9, city announces

While most Philly charters are opening virtually, this school started in person

Feds allege a kickback scheme at the Philly VA hospital–20200831.html

For CCT riders, booking a same-day trip is a hope. So is using a SEPTA Key card.

Mayor Kenney apologizes after photo showed him dining inside Maryland restaurant

New York developer Durst is among bidders competing for Penn’s Landing site eyed by 76ers

‘A recipe for chaos and tragedy’: Philly restaurants shouldn’t reopen indoor dining at all | Opinion

High school kids should be allowed to play sports if casinos and bars can open | Opinion

A Philly school flunked students during the pandemic, then charged for summer school


From fruit to floor plates: Offices could be back as part of Strip District produce terminal rehab

Intruder shot dead by accomplice while fleeing Wilkinsburg home invasion

With eviction moratorium expiring, local activists push for more time

Pittsburghers remember Chadwick Boseman’s artistic influence on Steel City

Allegheny County courts extend judicial emergency through December

Noticias del Estado

Black leaders call for full investigation into Pa. Supreme Court justice’s alleged remarks

Spotted lanternflies encroach on Weatherly area

Pa. court throws out ‘good moral’ clause for beauty license, calling it ‘absurd’


Trump administration finalizes coal plant pollution rollback

Report recommends more support for grandparents raising grandchildren

COVID-19 is a wake-up call: It’s high time for action on our climate crisis | Opinion